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FCS, FA sweep Delaney basketball crowns

FROM STAFF REPORTS

Trey Rouser was on fire from a distance, draining seven 3-pointers on his way to 29 points and a Delaney Athletic Conference, Division 1 championship win for the Eagles.

Seth Allen and Eric Shaw earned the DAC co–MVP honors, DeLante’ Victory made the DAC first team, and Aaron Alexander and Rouser earned spots on the DAC honorable mention team.

Fredericksburg Christian will compete in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association State Tournament.

Highland 20 17 13 11 — 61

FCS 24 35 19 19 — 97

Scoring

Highland: Logan Miller 19, Aizaiaah Thomas 17, Dylan Gaither 12, Evan Hendrick 3, Spencer Rose 2, Jack Micciche 4, Chance Kushner 4. Totals: 13 11-14 61.

Fredericksburg Christian (24–6): Seth Allen 16, A.J. Stevens 0, Trey Rowser 29, DeLante’ Victory 14, Eric Shaw 7, A.J. Addison 2, Cody Goode 8, A.J. Washington 0, Aaron Alexander 6, Collin Vakos 6, Jacob

Baker 4, Chris Lomax 3. Totals: 21 10-12 95.

Three-point goals: Highland 8 (L. Miller 2, A. Thomas 3, D. Gaither, E. Hendrick, J. Micciche). Fredericksburg Christian 15 (S. Allen 4, T. Rowser 7, C. Goode, C. Vakos 2, C. Lomax).

BOYS BASKETBALL

ESSEX 65, LANCASTER 61

Demonte Taylor scored 11 points and snagged 12 rebounds for the Trojans as they defeated Lancaster in the Region A, Division II championship game.

Reggie Johnson secured nine rebounds and scored 14 points including two clutch free throws in the final seconds that iced the game for Essex.

The Trojans will face George Mason in the Group AA, Division II state quarterfinals at the Siegel Center next weekend.

Essex 7 20 21 17 — 65

Lancaster 11 13 15 22 — 61

Scoring

Essex (22–4): Lavonte Bundy 6, Dartanious Jones 5, Reggie Johnson 14, Demonte Taylor 11, Adarius Booker 4, Jamal Layne 4, Alonzo Tompkins 4, Keith Bundy 17. Totals: 18 13-16 65.

Lancaster: Coleman 9, Colding 17, Craft 2, Lee 0, Manning 6, Gregory 12, Gibson 2, Morris 13. Totals: 18 12-15 61.

Three-point goals: Essex 5 (R. Johnson 3, K. Bundy 2). Lancaster 5 (Coleman, Colding 2, Morris 2).

FA 48, TANDEM FRIENDS 45

Matthew King scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Falcons as they defeated Tandem Friends in the DAC, Division 2 championship.

A.J. Topps added seven points and eight rebounds for Fredericksburg Academy, which got its first DAC championship with the win.

FA 12 11 13 12 — 48

Tan. Friends 12 20 11 2 — 45

Scoring

Fredericksburg Academy (15–9): Ryan Hudson 3, Justin Safarik 0, A.J. Topps 7, Matthew King 15, Matt Vance 5, Brandon Atkins 9, Fitzhugh Johnson 0, John Hazel 2, Nate McDermott 7. Totals: 11 17-29 48.

Tandem Friends: Ruotolo 5, Kennedy 6, Connely 7, Nail 20, Cathcart 5, Bender 2, Turner 0, Burns 6. Totals: 6 12-20 51.

Three-point goals: Fredericksburg Academy 3 (M. King 2, N. McDermott). Tandem Friends 7 (Kennedy 2, Nail 4, Cathcart).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

FCS 64, Wakefield 44

Fredericksburg Christian won the DAC, Division 1 championship behind the scoring efforts of DAC MVP Brittney Burton, DAC first team members Briana Clarkson and Gabby Comfort, and honorable mention Olivia Krachenfels.

Burton scored 30 points and Briana Clarkson added 14 as the Eagles cruised to a win.

Fredericksburg Christian is set to be the third seed in the VISAA tournament.

Wakefield 7 12 12 13 — 44

FCS 21 20 11 12 — 64

Scoring

Wakefield: Kelly Mason 9, Airielle Jenkins 4, Alexis Smith 16, Emily Granruth 5, Alecys Wallace 2, Erin Callahan 8. Totals: 9 8-15 44.

Fredericksburg Christian (25–3): Brittney Burton 30, Briana Clarkson 14, Gabby Comfort 6, Chelsea Dennis 0, Victoria Kelly 0, Olivia Krachenfels 10, Dominique Lavender 4, Brittany McCray 0, Sarah Therrien 0. Totals: 17 24-30 64.

Three-point goals: Wakefield 6 (K. Mason, A. Smith 2, E. Granruth, E. Callahan 2). Fredericksburg Christian 2 (B. Clarkson 2).

FA 34, Wakefield C.D. 22

Courtney Hoffman scored 17 points as she led Fredericksburg Academy to a DAC, Division 2 championship victory over Wakefield Country Day.

The Falcons won the regular-season and tournament championships this season.

Wakefield C.D 3 5 6 8 — 22

FA 9 9 16 0 — 34

Scoring

Wakefield Country Day: Makenzie Magaro 5, Sydney Penza 2, Maeve Dale 12, Emily Hennessey 0, Kim Pankow 3, Kitty Lo 0. Totals: 2 9-15 22.

Fredericksburg Academy (16–6): Sabrina Combs 3, Sarah Eadie 3, Blair Frazier 0, Courtney Hoffman 17, Rachel Hoffman 0, Simone Roberts 2, Carolyn Topps 3, Emily Torrey 2, Emma Vance 4. Totals: 13 2-6 34.

Three-point goals: Wakefield Country Day 3 (M. Magaro, M. Dale, K. Pankow). Fredericksburg Academy 2 (S. Eadie, C. Hoffman).

TRACK & FIELD

BURRUSS WINS TWO state titles AT Group AA MEET

Louisa’s Javanique Burruss took first place in the girls long jump and the 55-meter hurdles in Saturday’s Group AA state indoor track meet at Tolsma Track Center in Lynchburg.

Caroline’s Jessica Toliver earned third place in the girls long jump and teammate Courtney Didlake finished fourth in the high jump.

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